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9/14/2018 9:58 AM

Now with JW12 retired...is the #12 immediately available? and who takes it?

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9/14/2018 10:00 AM

reynardfan1 wrote:

Now with JW12 retired...is the #12 immediately available? and who takes it?

Did he score 25 points this year?

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9/14/2018 10:10 AM
Edited Date/Time: 9/14/2018 10:11 AM

reynardfan1 wrote:

Now with JW12 retired...is the #12 immediately available? and who takes it?

mattyhamz2 wrote:

Did he score 25 points this year?

Negative.

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Theoretically, he retired and didn't score 25 points so it should be given to someone currently racing.

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9/14/2018 10:12 AM

reynardfan1 wrote:

Now with JW12 retired...is the #12 immediately available? and who takes it?

mattyhamz2 wrote:

Did he score 25 points this year?

devindavisphoto wrote:

Negative.

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Theoretically, he retired and didn't score 25 points so it should be given to someone currently racing.

In that case, it should be open for someone to take since he didn't score the minimum and has retired.

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9/14/2018 10:56 AM

What's the rule on numbers 10-19? I know single-digits are for National Champions...

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Braaapin' aint easy.

9/14/2018 11:04 AM

Forkner got 13, so he could move up a spot to 12....

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9/14/2018 11:17 AM

Falcon wrote:

What's the rule on numbers 10-19? I know single-digits are for National Champions...

10-99 are given out based on GNC points (excluding career numbers that are already taken, which you need to finish top 10 in GNC to get).

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9/14/2018 11:48 AM

Falcon wrote:

What's the rule on numbers 10-19? I know single-digits are for National Champions...

Same as 20-99: Riders who finish in the top ten in combined points for both motocross and supercross are eligible to choose a double-digit career number.

Peick, McElrath and Sexton don't have career numbers, but are eligible to pick one for 2019.

Plessinger and Anderson already had a career number, but are now eligible to pick a single-digit number.

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9/14/2018 11:51 AM

Bidirella wrote:

Forkner got 13, so he could move up a spot to 12....

He did not finish in the top 10, so he can't pick a national number. If he was assigned #13, he could take the next available number (he can't move up to #12).

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9/14/2018 11:55 AM

Bidirella wrote:

Forkner got 13, so he could move up a spot to 12....

RichieW13 wrote:

He did not finish in the top 10, so he can't pick a national number. If he was assigned #13, he could take the next available ...more

But now that Weimer retired and 12 is open, wouldn't that move him up to #12? Unless someone picks it for a career number

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9/14/2018 11:58 AM

mattyhamz2 wrote:

But now that Weimer retired and 12 is open, wouldn't that move him up to #12? Unless someone picks it for a career number

Yeah, if neither Peick, McElrath, Sexton, Anderson or Plessinger pick #12, then it would be assigned to Forkner.

But if somebody takes #12, then Forkner would be assigned #13. If he doesn't want that, he would have to take the next available number (not #12).

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9/14/2018 11:59 AM

God, the number-plate system is so embarrassingly stupid. Riders should just ignore it. Roczen gets it.

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F1. MotoGP. MXGP. Screw the rest.

9/14/2018 12:00 PM

Is Ferrandis eligible for it ? And how many riders would be asked before him ?

It would be make sense for him to have the 12 with DV as his coach, and I think for quite some time (2 more years in 250, minimum, then probably 5+ years in 450)

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9/14/2018 12:02 PM

If 12 is available then Forkner would automatically be given 12, not 13.

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9/14/2018 12:04 PM

Question wrote:

Is Ferrandis eligible for it ? And how many riders would be asked before him ?

It would be make sense for him to have the 12 ...more

No, Ferrandis finished 21st in points. Too low to be assigned #12 and too low to pick a number.

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9/14/2018 12:04 PM

Question wrote:

Is Ferrandis eligible for it ? And how many riders would be asked before him ?

It would be make sense for him to have the 12 ...more

Not eligible for it since he didn't finish in the top 10.

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9/14/2018 12:07 PM

Brownstone322 wrote:

God, the number-plate system is so embarrassingly stupid. Riders should just ignore it. Roczen gets it.

The number system is fine (aside from 250 SX points counting), just for whatever reason most don't seem to want to take the five minutes to learn it.

That's not to say the system used in the GP's isn't better but the only problem with the number system in the US is the fans ignorance.

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9/14/2018 12:12 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/14/2018 12:12 PM

jorgechavez wrote:

The number system is fine (aside from 250 SX points counting), just for whatever reason most don't seem to want to take the ...more

250SX points basically only count half as much, since there are only half as many 250SX races as 450SX races.

Though it's easier to score 26 points in a 250SX race, so maybe actual 250SX should only count for half as well.

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9/14/2018 1:15 PM

I think McElrath will take #12 and Forkner ends up getting the #24.

I just do not see anyone using the #13.

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9/14/2018 2:11 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/15/2018 1:57 AM

The answer is McElrath. Just released:

2019 and Career Pro Numbers for AMA Supercross and Motocross
* Career Numbers
** New Career Number for 2019

1 - 450SX Jason Anderson
1 - 450MX Eli Tomac
1W; 1 - 250MX - Aaron Plessinger
1E Zach Osborne
2* Cooper Webb
3* Eli Tomac
4* Blake Baggett
6* Jeremy Martin
7** Aaron Plessinger
10* Justin Brayton
11* Kyle Chisholm
12** Shane McElrath
14* Cole Seely
15* Dean Wilson
16* Zach Osborne
17* Joey Savatgy
18** Weston Peick
19* Justin Bogle
20* Broc Tickle
21* Jason Anderson
22* Chad Reed
23** Chase Sexton
24 Austin Forkner
25* Marvin Musquin
26* Alex Martin
27** Malcolm Stewart
28 Jordon Smith
29 Benny Bloss
30 Phillip Nicoletti
31 RJ Hampshire
32 Justin Cooper
33* Joshua Grant
34 Dylan Ferrandis
35 Mitchell Harrison
36 Michael Mosiman
37 Kyle Cunningham
38 Christian Craig
39 Colt Nichols
40 Sean Cantrell
41* Ben Lamay
42 Vince Friese
43 Tyler Bowers
44 Cameron McAdoo
45 Brandon Hartranft
46* Justin Hill
47 Hayden Mellross
48 Cody Cooper
49 Henry Miller
50 Luke Renzland
51* Justin Barcia
52 Jordan Bailey
53 Dakota Alix
54 Dylan Merriam
55 Kyle Peters
56 Lorenzo Locurcio
57 Bradley Taft
58 Brandon Scharer
59 Nick Gaines
60 Justin Starling
61 Garrett Marchbanks
62 Alex Ray
63 John Short
64 James Decotis
65 Anthony Rodriguez
66 Mitchell Oldenburg
67 Enzo Lopes
68 Brandan Leith
69 Jake Masterpool
70 Joshua Osby
71 Cole Martinez
72 Martin Castelo
73 Martin Davalos
74 Cade Autenrieth
75 Cody Vanbuskirk
76 Jacob Williamson
77 Challen Tennant
78 Ramyller Alves
79 Jean Carlo Ramos
80 Heath Harrison
81 Joshua Cartwright
82 Justin Hoeft
83 Killian Auberson
84 Tyler Medaglia
85 Dare DeMartile
86 Ryan Breece
87 Dakota Tedder
88 Chris Canning
89 Joey Crown
90 Jeremy Hand
91 Zack Williams
92* Adam Cianciarulo
93 Blake Wharton
94* Ken Roczen
95 Jake Nicholls
96 Chase Marquier
97 Adam Enticknap
98 Wilson Fleming
99 Austin Politelli

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9/14/2018 2:13 PM

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@westonpeick has earned a career number for 2019! WP is bringing the 18 back to #JGRMX. Congrats, Viking!

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9/14/2018 2:15 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/14/2018 2:16 PM

Question wrote:

Is Ferrandis eligible for it ? And how many riders would be asked before him ?

It would be make sense for him to have the 12 ...more

RichieW13 wrote:

No, Ferrandis finished 21st in points. Too low to be assigned #12 and too low to pick a number.

Thanks to you and Maverick for the answers, it is unfortunate he can't get the 12 !

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9/14/2018 2:16 PM

I pasted that directly from AMA e-mail. Looks like they accidentally left the * on #41 from when Canard had it. Also, they forgot to change #27 from ** to *.

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9/14/2018 2:19 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/14/2018 2:20 PM

Funny that both Hampshire and Forkner managed to get the same numbers they had in 2017.

And the 722 is no longer the 722.

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9/14/2018 2:24 PM

jorgechavez wrote:

Funny that both Hampshire and Forkner managed to get the same numbers they had in 2017.

And the 722 is no longer the 722.

And Renzland.

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9/14/2018 4:58 PM

Peick should have taken 40.... bring back WP40 shirts!

Congrats to him on the accomplishment!

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9/14/2018 6:18 PM

Brownstone322 wrote:

God, the number-plate system is so embarrassingly stupid. Riders should just ignore it. Roczen gets it.

Roczen only has that number because he earned it through the system, just like everyone else that has a career number.

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9/14/2018 10:13 PM

It should go to the rider that earned #12 in points between SX and Nationals combined like they used to do before they came up with this NASCAR like number system. Run what you earned!

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9/15/2018 1:02 AM

Question wrote:

Is Ferrandis eligible for it ? And how many riders would be asked before him ?

It would be make sense for him to have the 12 ...more

RichieW13 wrote:

No, Ferrandis finished 21st in points. Too low to be assigned #12 and too low to pick a number.

Lol no he didnt he finished lime 10to 12th in points despite not starting till have the season was over

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9/15/2018 1:42 AM

Question wrote:

Is Ferrandis eligible for it ? And how many riders would be asked before him ?

It would be make sense for him to have the 12 ...more

RichieW13 wrote:

No, Ferrandis finished 21st in points. Too low to be assigned #12 and too low to pick a number.

Js217 wrote:

Lol no he didnt he finished lime 10to 12th in points despite not starting till have the season was over

He finished 8th in 250mx. But national numbers are based on overall finish, which combines 250, 450, MX and SX points.

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